Kayakers land their boats at Hopes Ferry Landing at Saluda Shoals Park last month before they learned that DHEC had issued a warning against swimming in that part of the Saluda because poorly treated sewage was draining into the river.
Kayakers land their boats at Hopes Ferry Landing at Saluda Shoals Park last month before they learned that DHEC had issued a warning against swimming in that part of the Saluda because poorly treated sewage was draining into the river. Sean Rayford online@thestate.com
Kayakers land their boats at Hopes Ferry Landing at Saluda Shoals Park last month before they learned that DHEC had issued a warning against swimming in that part of the Saluda because poorly treated sewage was draining into the river. Sean Rayford online@thestate.com

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